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Fieldwork Reflection: Ingrid Medby

Ingrid Medby You were recently part of the Students on Ice expedition as an invited educator to the Canadian Arctic, starting in Greenland. Can you please tell us a bit about what Students on Ice is and how you became involved in it? Students on Ice is an organisation that offers educational expeditions to the … Continue reading Fieldwork Reflection: Ingrid Medby

Featured: Conference Call – “Gender in Polar Research: Gendered field work conditions, epistemologies and legacies”

Written by: Gerti Saxinger, Katariina Kyröla, Stephan Dudeck and Joachim Otto Habeck Call for Participation “Gender in Polar Research: Gendered field work conditions, epistemologies and legacies” A two-day workshop in the framework of: Arctic Science Summit Week 2020, Akureyri, Iceland, 29-30(TBC) March 2020 Funded by IASC - the International Arctic Science Committee The IASC Social Sciences … Continue reading Featured: Conference Call – “Gender in Polar Research: Gendered field work conditions, epistemologies and legacies”

Communication between science and the local community in Longyearbyen

Written by: Lisbeth Iversen and Alexandra Meyer Edited by: Danita Catherine Burke Lisbeth Iversen (NERSC) and Alexandra Meyer have written a workshop report from a dialogue-workshop they had with local actors in Longyearbyen on December 6, 2018. The aim of the workshop was to initiate a dialogue on knowledge, challenges and possibilities related to climate, nature, and the … Continue reading Communication between science and the local community in Longyearbyen